Don't stop now Regional Problem Solving plan shouldn't get derailed by last-minute changes
Don't stop now
Mail Tribune - editorial board
The Jackson County commissioners are tantalizingly close to making history by adopting a land-use plan for future urban population growth. The commissioners should not let last-minute changes derail the effort.
The Regional Problem Solving process has been under way for a decade. It is based on the premise that the county's population — now about 200,000 — will double by 2060. . .
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